Last weekend, I was in a major city in the Southwest. On Friday, I was in the downtown area, taking pictures of the city so that I could show my family and friends. I'm considering moving there, and wanted me wife to see everything I saw. On Sunday, while at the airport, already through security, my friend and I apprehended by a U.S. Marshall and an FBI agent, along with a few of the city police. We were taken into custody at the airport police department, and questioned. Apparently, someone saw me taking pictures and noticed that I took pictures of a Federal building, in the city. I had to show them the photos on my laptop, explain to them why I was in the area, and so on. They said that when they saw the vehicle we were in was rented by a man with a Middle Eastern name (my friend), we were from out of town, and I was seen snapping photos, they had to do some further investigation. Anyway, we missed our flight and were booked on a flight with the same airline for three hours later. Although it was a hassle, it did make me feel a tad safer. Has anyone else had an experience like this? Any comments?